Laura Yuile is an artist from Glasgow and currently living and working between London and Newcastle. Her work is multidisciplinary, incorporating video, sculpture and performance, and exploring notions of the domestic and the urban through the intimate (or public) matters of living together; ideas of care and maintenance, and the effects of globalization and technological development upon everyday life and the social units we form.
She has exhibited and screened internationally at venues including nGbK (Berlin); Pi Artworks (London); Apexart (New York); The Blackwood Gallery (Toronto); Recent Activity (Birmingham); Mauve (Vienna); t-space (Milan) and Collective (Edinburgh). She has undertaken residencies with Temporary Art Platform (Beirut); IOAM (Beijing) and The White Building (London). In 2015 she was an associate artist at Open School East in London, and she is currently undertaking an AHRC funded practice-based PhD in the Art Department at Northumbria University, titledÂ Infrastructural Cosiness: At home in the network.
This residency is made possible with kind support by Durham University and in collaboration with NewBridge Projects.